Ohio chief justice pursues study of judges' workloads

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor is pushing for a study of judges' workloads at a time the number of cases on judges' dockets is steadily declining in Ohio and nationally.

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  • Written by ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS , Associated Press

Jury seated in retrial of Ohio officer who killed motorist

 

CINCINNATI (AP) — Nine white jurors and three black jurors have been selected for the retrial of a white former police officer charged with murder in the 2015 death of a black unarmed motorist.

  • Written by JANICE MORSE , Associated Press

Insurer Anthem opens another hole in ACA exchange blanket

One of the nation's biggest health insurers says it will not return to Ohio's public insurance exchanges next year, a decision that could open more holes in the Affordable Care Act's increasingly thin system for helping people buy coverage.

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  • Written by TOM MURPHY , AP Health Writer

Ohio State engineers take aim at police firing range issue

 

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — With weapons drawn, a row of Columbus police officers stepped up to the line and steadied their sights. As targets flipped into view, the sound of gunshots shattered the quiet morning at the firing range on the city's West Side.

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  • Written by MEGAN HENRY , The Columbus Dispatch